Slovak Economy Ministry to transfer tourism section to Culture Ministry

The Economy Ministry will transfer its tourism section to the Culture Ministry under an inter-ministerial agreement designed to further the EU Operating Programme Competitiveness and Economic Growth Operations, according to a report submitted to the government on Wednesday, June 9. The transfer includes all related powers, 29 staff, €1.12 million for salaries, €92,320 worth of state assets, and the renaming of the Culture Ministry as the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the TASR newswire wrote.

The Economy Ministry will transfer its tourism section to the Culture Ministry under an inter-ministerial agreement designed to further the EU Operating Programme Competitiveness and Economic Growth Operations, according to a report submitted to the government on Wednesday, June 9. The transfer includes all related powers, 29 staff, €1.12 million for salaries, €92,320 worth of state assets, and the renaming of the Culture Ministry as the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the TASR newswire wrote.

Source: TASR

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